Longstoryshort coming in hot with LET’S GET ILL
Out on July 28 on JustUs
It’s not every day an emerging artist gets the stamp of approval from multiple industry legends – but for longstoryshort, it’s becoming the norm. Praised by the likes of Dr. Fresch, CID, Wax Motif, Tchami and Dillon Francis, longstoryshort is making waves in the dance music scene, and it’s hard to ignore.
On July 28, longstoryshort is dropping “LET’S GET ILL” – a fiery bass house track, with an intricate and crisp production and hype vocals that has proven to make dancefloors rowdy. Self-released on his own JustUs imprint, “LETS GET ILL” has already been rinsed by Austin Millz, and Dr Fresch.
On the tracks’ sound longstoryshort explains; “My last EP “HER” was very melodic and “LET’S GET ILL” was inspired by all my recent touring. It’s been amazing to finally start playing shows, being on tour this year with Dr. Fresh and Knock2 was motivating to get back in the lab and make more music for the clubs.”
Summer 2023 is proving to be a pivotal one for LSS, as he’s been booked as support for Dylan & Harry, and Habstrakt, and has set at esteemed festivals like Lost Lands and Freaky Deaky.
It’s clear that longstoryshort’s story is just beginning – watch this space for more info.
longstoryshort on tour:
7/29 – Kings Hall – New York, NY (direct support to Dylan & Harry)
9/2 – The Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA (support to Habstrakt)
9/19 – Lost Lands – Legend Valley, OH
10/27 – Freaky Deaky – Austin, TX
About longstoryshort:In 2019, longstoryshort began his name-making campaign with “Back to the Start,” a bass house heater that, in retrospect, underscored the promise inherent in the New York native’s inventive sound design. Three years, five EPs, 19 singles, and two remixes later, longstoryshort’s ability to re-envisioning and redefining bass house remains strong. Such that his sound can no longer be singularly classified as bass house. longstoryshort’s style has become synonymous with attention to structure, cohesion, and conceptual weaving that’s rare in dance/electronic circles-and the industry has taken notice. In just three short years, he’s earned support from fixtures ranging from Dr. Fresch to Zeds Dead to Snakehips to Don Diablo to Doctor P to NIGHTMARE to Kill the Noise to Tchami while taking his concept-driven productions to a commensurately diverse collection of labels, like Pilot (UKF), NIGHTMODE, Circus Records, Divided Souls and Never Worry Records. The traction has come rapidly as LSS has produced and released music at a uniquely high volume and caliber.
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